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Published November 18, 2004


No, it's not ballet, but it is graceful

Two College of Eastern Utah soccer players mix it up with some opposition on the CEU field in a game earlier this season. CEU completed the regular fall season last Friday and Saturday, but not in the way they wanted. Both Southern Utah and Dixie pul...

Canadian lynx trapped near Emery

On Nov. 5, the Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW), in partnership with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR), trapped a Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) south of the town of Emery in Emery County, Utah....

Junior wrestlers clean up at local and national tournament

Bryce Jackman, show above took sixth place in the Denver National Tournament and his teammates placed in four other categories. Denver is the largest national tournament with 2800 participants....

Local hunter gets her animal

Ashley Hardy of Wellington successfully drew a 2004 DWR Desert Bighorn Ram tag this year and it wasn't wasted on her at all. Although she had hunted for deer and elk before she had not even taken a shot in the past. But on this hunt she covered all ...

CEU Tournament This Weekend

The College of Eastern Utah men's basketball team will hold their first home games of the season this weekend as they hold their annual CEU Tournament at the BDAC.

CEU Ladies go to Tournament

The College of Eastern Lady Eagles move into a tournament in southern Idaho on Thanksgiving weekend after two weeks of successful play in tournaments at Southern Utah State and at Casper, Wyo....

Sports view: it's been a weird year in sports all around

It's truly been a weird year in sports, or at least in some quarters.

Sports shorts

Morgan Warburton, a stand out star for Carbon High School in three sports has signed a letter of intent to attend and play basketball for the University of Utah starting next season....

SE Utah Mid-november Fishing Report

Small mountain lakes are beginning to freeze, although open water may be found on larger lakes and reservoirs. Fishing remains good as trout feed actively in preparation for winter. The Division of Wildlife Resources urge potential ice anglers to w...

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